Think twice when you bite down on a Christmas treat: Jason Freeny, who did the Lego and Gummi Bear schematics, is back with the positively gut-wrenching Gingerbread Man Dissected.
Rough and tough, Bossa Nova’s Prime-8 Gorilla Robot puts Sony’s Aibo to shame: this bipedal bruiser runs on its arms, shoots rockets, balances itself and syncs with other Prime-8s.
I have a good feeling about this: Star Wars: Uncut gives fans a chance to retell A New Hope; the movie will be split into 472 clips, likely of varying quality but all better than Phantom Menace.
This latest Don’t Quit trailer for Uncharted 2 is purely cinematic, but it’s easily some of the best we’ve ever seen: both the voice acting and the animation are filled with amazing nuances.
Dion Briggs takes a slight break from his exploded tees with the Mac Poster Trilogy; it features one lithograph and two screenprints that should leave Apple fans peachy keen.
Evangelion 1.0 finally makes it to the US July 17th at 77 theaters; it’s part of a four-movie arc that rebuilds the original anime with notably improved animation and faster-pacing.
It’s essentially an ad for their PEN cameras, but Olympus’ PEN Story itself merits a story: it’s a stop-motion video composed of 9,600 developed prints out of a total of 60,000 shots.
Vadim Kibardin strips time down to its bare essentials with the Black & White Clock; it uses four OLED figures with self-contained power supplies and an invertible day/night display.
If this is NASA’s escape pod, we can’t wait to see the real thing: the Max Launch Abort System will propel astronauts away from the Ares I rocket in the event of an emergency.
Mass Effect 2′s developers spill the beans, above; you’ll learn more about the plot, combat, space exploration and permanent consequences: characters really can die.
Office 2010 is expertly directed by Dennis Liu with spy/Matrix-elements, but making Microsoft cool is a Mission: Impossible task unto itself; how about two hours of Clippy death scenes?
Stefan Le Du’s Stormtroopers 365 is an ongoing art project using our favorite weak-willed Imperial minions in often-compromising positions; he’s shooting one new pic every day.
The Yin to the Carbon Edition’s Yang, Gemballa’s Mirage GT Matt Edition swoops in with a stealth-bomber paint job, 670 hp/630 Nm of torque V10, 0-60 of 3.7s and 208 mph top speed.
Eternal Moonwalk is one of the best tributes to Michael Jackson we’ve seen: it’s a never-ending, sideway-scrolling montage of moonwalks from fans; submit your own here!
Perfect for frat houses and college dorms everywhere, Tobias Franzel’s Ping Pong Door turns every knock into an opportunity for a neighborly paddle-on-paddle buttwhoopin’.
Gratuitous Space Battles continues to light up the radar of space sim fans, so this Space Battle trailer should satisfy; we get a peek at the game’s pre-battle tactical screens.
A Very Naughty Bear dispenses with any notions that the real life animal kingdom is anything like Winnie the Pooh; still, we had no idea that Piglet and Rabbit were carnivores.
Installed at the Goodwood Festival in England, Gerry Gudah’s Audi Central Display stands a whopping 105 feet high; it features an R8 on one end and a 1937 Streamliner at the other.
These Deadstock Metal Flipouts are the real vintage deal: created in the 30s-70s and in storage until recently, they sport round metal frames with both clear and tinted flip-up lenses.
For All Mankind, Al Reinert’s 1989 documentary on the Apollo moon landings, comes to Blu-ray 7/14; it’s an HD digital transfer with DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1, NASA liftoff footage.
Not content to dominate Microsoft, Google’s Autonomobile takes on the car makers and takes out the driver: there’s no steering wheel or brakes, although it ironically includes a bar.
Use Arrow Keys ← → for Faster Navigation, Press "R" for a Random Post | Keyboard Shortcuts: OnOff | Overlays: OffOn
Home | Shop | About | Suggest | Contact | Team | Links | Privacy | Disclosure | Advertise | Facebook | Twitter | Google + | Pinterest | Tumblr
Awesome Stuff: The Awesomer | Gadgets, Games & Geeks: Technabob | Science Fiction: MightyMega | Cool Cars: 95Octane © 2008-2013 Awesomer Media
Visit our Friends at: Not Always Right